Sailors representing the UK on board HMS Daring to celebrate the Royal Australian Navy's 100th birthday have described the experience as a 'once in a life time experience'.
The Portsmouth based, Type 45 destroyer has been open to the public for the past 2 days.
No other ship has travelled so far to celebrate the event, with HMS Daring clocking up 17,000 miles to get to Sydney.
Celebrations in the harbour concluded with a stunning fireworks display.
A tall ship and a war ship have been down under helping the Australians celebrate a special anniversary. The Portsmouth based destroyer HMS Daring and the Sail Training Ship Lord Nelson, from Southampton, have been representing the UK at an international fleet review in Sydney Harbour.
Prince Harry also flew in for the event which marked 100 years since the first arrival of the Royal Australian Navy. Richard Jones reports.